Residency: Amaranta Velarde

Amaranta velarde is in residency working on her project «Apariciones sonoras»

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Residency: Amaranta Velarde

Image courtesy of Galerna Estudio Madrid

This project is focused on the investigation of the possible choreographic and plastic dimensions of sound. The idea is to create an experience that is close to the phenomenon of synaesthesia, where sound acquires form and plasticity, and the body and objects acquire sonority. Synaesthesia consists of uniting two images or sensations coming from different sensory domains, for example, when we say a squeaky green colour.

Staging what is seen sounding and heard looking. The sound and synaesthetic plastic capacity is constructed through the conjunction of the elements body-object-sound relating and affecting each other mutually. Transferring concepts of sonority, spatiality, corporeality and temporality from one element to another.

Artistic team:

Idea and performance: Amaranta Velarde

Sound design: Amaranta Velarde in collaboration with Cristobal Saavedra a.k.a. Equipo

External eye: Cris Blanco

Activity subsidized by the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Government of the Principality of Asturias

Gobierno del Principado

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